HP is about to announce a new budget PC for gamers which won’t burn a hole in your pocket. That’s right! Recently, Dell has announced a new range of Budget PC for gamers, so HP is trying the same way to lure more customers in purchasing their products. However, the great part about these new budget gamer laptops is that they have some great specs for the price. If you’re looking for a new Budget PC for gamers, then you can get a bang for the buck on these laptops.
You all might know this that HP’s Omen is a laptop line specifically build for gamers needs and requirements. These new budget PC for gamers are falling . under their Pavillion series because of their low price tag. HP decided to call them- Pavillion Gaming Laptops. You would be shocked to know that these laptops start only at $799.
Specs for Pavillion Gaming Laptops
Now don’t judge a book by its cover. Here are some great killer specs for the price you would be paying:
- An 8th gen, quad-core i5 processor
- A Radeon 560X
- 8 GB of RAM
- 1TB Hard drive with a 16GB Optane storage
- 15.6-inch 1080p display with pretty thin bezels
- 1x USB-C 3.0, 2x USB A 3.0, 1x HDMI, and Ethernet
- Headphone jack (because we all know this will disappear someday)
- RGB lighting because of L33T
This 560x is roughly equal to Nvidia 1050 card, which is quite powerful. This is enough to plat heavy game titles in 60-100 frame rates. Furthermore, you can spice thing up by purchasing the $1019 model which comes with Nvidia 1060 Max-Q chipset. That’s with a 1080p 144HZ panel and an i7 core processor. The upper model is ideal for casual as well as intense gaming need. These models are a perfect example of budget pc for gamers. They also have a 4k screen panel if your fan of a crisp display. But that model eats up battery juice pretty quickly. Both devices come with 8GB of RAM which is easily upgradable.
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